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emanuel on what is holding up chuck hagel. >> they successfully delayed chuck hagel's controversial nomination as secretary of defense. late today, procedural vote failed after senator john mccain had made the case for waiting until after next week's recess. >> i think that is a sufficient period of time to get answers to outstanding questions and i think that senator hagel after that period of time deserves a cloture vote and a uvote on his. >> i have valued your thoughts and your contributions. i think most all of us in public office feel that way. >> among questions, speeches like to one in june 13, 2008, before the arab american antidiscrimination committee that hagel did not disclose to armed services committee. earlier they blasted republicans for holding up hagel's nomination to lead the pentagon. >> it's shocking that my republican colleagues would leave the nation would a fully empowered secretary of defense. during all the things we have going on in the world, including a war. >> but panetta isn't leaving yet. and 60-vote requirement is not unusual, say republicans and rei
so. >> bret: is this standoff over hagel increase the chances that more information comes out? or does this get as the president says, blown away by charges that this is politically motivated? and republicans are just looking for things to grab on to? >> i don't think the hague hague standoff makes any difference. >> bret: a lot of it is based on the benghazi -- >> i understand. but i'm saying the standoff over hagel is more related to request for information about hagel. and speeches that he may have made in the past. it seems it's pro forma. republicans let him go after a certain period. the brennan appointment may be more closely associated. listen to cross examine of rice's summary of, this i'm not sure what we get out of this. i guess they do have a theory that explains all the changing stories and she said it on the air. they were confused. confusion at the time. confusion three days after it happened. >> confusion came after the fact. it came after the fact. the fact they can't reconcile that tells they weren't telling the truth. >> the most transparent administration w
hagel was confirmed as defense secretary despite the lackluster performance in front of the senate armed services committee and controversial comments he made about irap and israel. the vote was 58 to 41 with democrats and four republicans backing him. today, the number two ranked republican crushed his former colleague. >> there is simply no way to sugar coat it. senator hagel performance before the senate armed services committee was inept. we should not install defense secretary who is not qualified for job. >> in case colleagues were considering make hagel wait longer a democrat warned one day it will be a g.o.p. president's nominee. >> i say to the republican friends, just be careful. i say this with respect. some day the friends on the other side. 71 senators voted to end debate. the former white house chief of staff budget director jack lew's nomination brought up for consideration. i'd half o ahead of the vote, they talked about the money and benefits earned when he wasn't in government. >> paid his salary and mortgage and paid a substantial $685,000 severance payment. the reason
'll follow every step. thank you. clo sure vote on chuck hagel is set for friday in the senate. he is facing potential filibuster on floor by republicans anxious to block that nomination. friday is a day that is supposedly lost and then found appearance of one of the public appearances could be released. remarks in question were made to the arab american antidiscrimination committee. not part of hagel's disclosure information he shared with senators. today, pope benedict made his first appearance since news broke of his resignation. he told thousands of faithful on this, ash wednesday, the first day of lent he is stepping side for good of the church. he received a standing ovation. we will get reaction to the "state of the union" and look at what is realistic. fox all-stars join me when we come back. how do you keep an olr car running like new? you ask a ford customer. when they tell you that you need your oil changed you got to bring it in. if your tires need to be rotated, you have to get that done as well. jackie, tell me why somebody should bring they're car here to the ford dealership f
of 15 smarts surging president obama to withdraw the nomination of chuck hagel for defense secretary. one republican who tid not sign on to the letter is alabama richard shelby who says he will vote to confirm hagel a former republican senator from the nebraska. vote is expected next week. another down day today op wall street. the dow lost 47. the s&p 500 dropped 9-1/2. the nasdaq fell 33. three british muslim extremistextremistwere convictef terrorist bombings that prosecutors said were intended to be bigger that the 2005 london transit attacks. they face life in prison. the u.s. is still not getting a lot of cooperation from the investigation of the latest terror attack against americans. tonight chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge tells us how efforts to question another perp of interest in last fall libya assault are being rejected. >> while the suspect may at firsthand knowledge of the operatives who murdered four americans in benghazi on 9/11, sources tell fox news egypt denied direct access. >> i'm not clear what the basis of the denial was. they like to contr
this week. fred, you start us out. >> winer, chuck hagel. he now has enough republicans and all the democrats, not up with democrat in the senate come out against him, so he will be secretary of defense. the loser is jack lew nominated for treasury secretary. he has to answer dozens of more questions and he will be scrutinized more heavily now that hagel is getting through. >> bret: juan, winners and losers. >> this is not true in fred's household but according to bloomberg, president obama's popularity rating now at 55. and real clear politics has his job approval rating at over 50%. for bloomberg, three-year high. and given all that we are hearing about sequest tration and problems with the economy, people, most miles per hours don't think the nation is headed in the right direction it's amazing how popular president obama is. in terms of my loser it's hoop nature this week. it's -- human nature this week. sad week. jesse jackson junior admitting he misused campaign funds for mackal jackson's -- michael jackson's hat, elvis memorabilia. sad news about the former senator father
of the united states. chuck hagel was sworn in today as secretary of defense. hagel was approved after seven-week fight. this is a picture, he is a republican senator, the first enlisted man to rise to pentagon chief. one of the senate's chief proponents of stricter gun control says a ban on some kind of weapons is more urgent now than ever. correspondent doug mckelway reports not surprisingly, not everyone sees it that way. >> 157 type of assault weapons and magazines holding over ten rounds would be baned under senator feinstein's bill. today's hearing was stackedwiths including a sandy hook father. >> looks at the eyes and the end of the barrel. jesse didn't run, jesse didn't turn his back. that was the fatal shot that killed jesse. >> the hearing, part of the all-out message is the sandy hook slaughter. >> the excuse that is too politically risky to act is no longer acceptable. >> but the desire to act at the federal level produced a big backlash in the states. seven states are taking action to ease or block new gun control measures. in illinois, the state legislature begun a series of v
as the president's chief of staff. another senate vote is expected tuesday. another vote for chuck hagel's nomination. they put a time vote before the recess. while washington careens on a path toward higher tax nation, some states are going the other way. 14 reduced the personal income taxes here. highlighted in red. one state seeking to join that list is north carolina. correspondent jonathan serrie tells us it's not all that state lawmakers are trying to get rid of. >> it will come to order. >> the g.o.p. majority and state legislature and elected republican for, bob rusho is on a mission toe limbnate personal and corporate income taxes. >> we need to find solutions to replace the tax policy with the 21 z sunturery policy of progrowth. >> the personal income tax and 6.9% corporate income tax provides 60% of the state operating revenue. it would be replaced by the expanded sales taxes on home sales, pet grooming, gym memberships, car washes and haircuts. >> so the idea is the more you make, the more you spend. the more you spend the more you pay in taxes. what could be fairer than that
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